September 18 - 20
Saint Charles, Missouri
North Main Street, Old Town St. CharlesFriday 4pm-9pm, Saturday 11am-9pm,
& Sunday 11am-5pm
Deadline: May 29
Application fee: $35 Booth fee: $315-$630
On scenic, historic North Main Street in Saint Charles, Missouri, nestled on the banks of the Missouri River just 30 minutes west of downtown Saint Louis. The quaint community, founded in 1769, is home to more than 100 shops, restaurants and cafes in a preserved, historic district. This festival is located outside along the closed-off North Main Street.
We present a professional exhibition to show case the local and regional artists, while also stimulating and educating the community. The Mosaics Fine Art Festival has an interesting diversity of artwork produced by a mix of emerging, mid-career and established artists in all media.
We work with a local Marketing firm to coordinate press releases, media interviews, print advertising and calendar listings, as well as billboard advertising closer to the event. We also give out postcards and posters for local businesses to display, supply postcard art for artists to print and send to their customer lists, and we promote the festival through local businesses and organizations that help us to sponsor it.
- Complimentary Friday and Saturday night artist dinner delivered to booths
- Booth sitters and helpful volunteer staff
- Water delivered to artist booths all weekend long
- Vehicle street access for setup and tear down under the direction of festival staff
- Assistance with load in/load out before and after the festival
- Free electricity
- Overnight security on Friday and Saturday night
"I have attended the Mosaics-Missouri Festival for the Arts for many years, I think it's one of the coolest art festivals in the state. This year I am and exhibitor! I never dreamed that I would be IN this show, But I made it through jury I'm so excited and grateful to be included in the company 100 amazing artists!" - Maggie Biesiada-Lowe
"I love it. Its a great way for young artist to venture into the art world. It has various artist w different cultures and mediums. This is also an amazing bonding experience for a family. AFTER Viewing different art u can do hands on projects in the kids zone and go get a cheap tasty bite within a 5 min walk." - Ashley Trapp
"This is one of my favorite events of the year. Artists and artisans cover a wide array of media: Painters, photographers, ceramics, wood, stone, metal work, mixed media, art jewelry, leather-work, glass, and all! Not only is the variety of arts so full, but this is one of the largest Art Fairs for a large radius of several hours driving time." - Ted Meyer